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Rear hub removal on a dodge 2004 ram 3500

I was wondering if anybody had tips on how to remove the rear hub/rotor on my dodge ram. i have it apart to the hub/rotor but it seams to be stuck. it will wiggle but won't slide off. i believe it's caught on the emergency brake.

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REMOVE THE RUBBER PLUG IN BACKING PLATE AND ADJUST E BRAKE SHOES DOWN TO REMOVE ROTOR

Posted on May 24, 2009

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    Disc brakes, Robert. :)

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